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Feb.08, 2014

SALT LAKE CITY, UT -- (Feb. 08, 2014) – The Cordilleran Deformed Belt and Foreland basin systems of North America are petroliferous from Alaska to Mexico. Ten years ago the discovery of the Covenant Field in the Sevier Thrust Belt (“STB”) offered great new promise after fifty earlier years of unsuccessful exploration.

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Feb.18, 2014

SALT LAKE CITY, UT -- (Febrary 18, 2014) – /PRNewswire/ -- Richfield Oil & Gas Company (OTCQX: ROIL) (“Richfield” or the “Company”), an independent exploration and production company, has completed an extensive study of data related to its Liberty #1 discovery well in the Central Utah Overthrust.

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Nov. 18, 2013

SALT LAKE CITY, UT -- (November 18, 2013) – OTCQX: ROIL – Richfield Oil & Gas Company (“Richfield” or “Company”), an independent exploration and production company, has raised a total of $3.7 million dollars since June 2013 to enhance the operations of the Company. 

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About Richfield Oil & Gas Company

Richfield Oil & Gas Company (OTCQX:ROIL) is a Salt Lake City, Utah based exploration and production company with all operations in the U.S.A.   
U.S.A. oil production had fallen by 2005 to less than half of its 1970 peak. Then something remarkable happened.  Thanks to new exploration and production technologies pioneered by innovative independents, today America is on track to surpass Saudi Arabia as the world’s largest energy producer. 
Richfield has assembled a first rate technical team to develop a balanced portfolio of U.S.A. assets, redevelopment projects in the mature fields of the Mid-Continent to participation in oil-rich shale and billion-barrel potential overthrust prospects in Utah and Wyoming.

Summary of Operations

Richfield’s portfolio of oil and gas properties in Utah, Wyoming, Kansas and Oklahoma provide a platform for stable revenue growth and stunning upside potential.  Our properties cover three major geographic areas of operation, including the Mid-Continent, the Utah-Wyoming Overthrust, and the Central Utah Overthrust.   These projects are made of a mix of low risk development, and stable production in Kansas and Wyoming, along with the high-risk, large upside potential in The Rocky Mountain States.

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